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... off in Myrdal for the historic Flamsbana train, listed by many travelers as one of the most scenic train rides in the world. In Flam a ferry boat awaits for a 2 hour sail through fjords to Godvangen where dedicated luxury busses then take you to Voss. From there you board a train for one hour into Bergen.
Knowing this would be the crescendo of our Scandinavian tour, I agonized over how to best book Norway In a Nutshell. I read so many reviews online my ...
You think you must have seen it all...and well ,you haven't.Early start this morning 5am,and we came into Sogneger Fjord and later into the arm that leads to Flam.,Aurandsfjord.Much more narrow Fjords this time, with trees and of course everything much more visible, in the morning light, simply spectacular,we could hear the waterfalls,from the balcony,some from very great heights,the tiny hamlets,and even the goats grazing ...
... overcome and the 20 tunnels that were built through the mountains (18 dug by hand!). Although the views were beautiful, I didn't find them as spectacular as the Bergen Railway but still glad to have done the trip. There is a quick photo stop at Kjosfossen Waterfall, not far from Myrdal. Time of year: mid May is a great time to visit Norway as it is just before peak season of Summer, so you still get warm sunny days but way less tourists (e.g. Our Hardangerfjord Cruise boat was ...
28 April 2014: We got on the bus at the station in Voss at about 10 am. A bit on the tourist track now, the bus ride would take about ninety minutes with two scheduled stops at a waterfall and at Stalheim for photo opportunities, before reaching the final destination in Gudvangen. The waterfall was really nothing special. Don't get me wrong...it was beautiful, but I have seen so many waterfalls over the past few weeks that they are starting to all look the same. I ...
... villages along the banks. The sun was shining but the wind was cold so we rugged up as we sat at the stern watching the beauty of nature unfold at every turn. It took about 2 hours
In Gudvangen we changed to a bus to take us to Voss.Near the start of this journey we wound down the Stalheimskleiva, a 1.5km length of road with 180degree bends and a gradient of 1 to 5. I admired the driver's skill in getting the large bus around such ...